BOOK REVIEW- Beneath The Truth By Meghan March
I used to believe there were lines in life you don’t cross.
Don’t lie. Don’t cheat. Don’t steal.
Until I learned people don’t always practice what they preach.
I turned in my badge and gun and walked away from everything.
Then I got the call no one wants, and I’m back in New Orleans.
What I don’t expect is for her to be here too.
Another line you don’t cross?
Don’t touch your best friend’s little sister.
She’s always been off-limits.
Too bad I don’t follow the rules anymore.
**May absolutely be read as a standalone!**
Beneath the truth had an explosive beginning literally and an emotional explosive ending. When former detective Rhett Hennessy returns home to find his family home has gone up in explosive flames, Rhett is determined to clear his father’s bad name of being a bad cop and finding out who is responsible for blowing up the family home. Rhett is thrown together with his best friends little sister Ariel Simpson now a powerful CEO of her own computer company. Ariel thought she had gotten over her childhood crush on Rhett until they need to come together to save each other from someone evil. I have loved this whole series, every book has been brilliant and this one was no exception. The characters were lovable, strong and engaging. The sex was hot. The story line was full of twists and turns and threats that no-one could ever see coming, and it all concludes with a final visit from all the characters from the previous books. Very sad to see this series end.